Thursday night, Michigan offensive line coach Ed Warinner tweeted he was in Colorado visiting with offensive line recruits.
Just spent a great day in Beautiful Colorado chasing after some Oline maulers. Plenty of talent on the front range. Go Blue— Ed Warinner (@4Warinner) January 18, 2019
One of those recruits was 2020 4-star offensive tackle Andrew Gentry.
Maize n Brew quickly caught up with the 6-foot-8, 290-pounder from Littleton, Colorado Thursday evening to confirm the news.
“I did (see Warinner Thursday). It was great to see him,” Gentry said.
Albeit the visit seemed like a quick one, Gentry said he and Warinner briefly discussed the potential for a future visit.
“I’m not 100 percent sure yet (when the visit would be), but definitely soon,” he said.
Gentry is one of Michigan's clear top targets on the offensive line in the 2020 class, along with 5-star in-stater Justin Rogers and 4-star Andrew Raym.
Gentry is the No. 1 player in Colorado, No. 15 offensive tackle and No. 116 player in the country, according to 247Sports’ composite.